One of the most difficult struggles faced by manufacturers of computers and PDA-type devices is that of form and function versus cost to manufacture. In today’s technology market, this struggle is starting to show itself in the devices that are being introduced at a furious pace.  

A recent posting in Computerworld notes that “of the tiny laptops available today, eight out of 10 have LCD screens between 10 inches and 11.6 inches in size. That is up from seven out of 10 laptops four months earlier.”

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